Las Vegas Shooter: Mind Control?

Remote Control of Human Brains. Over ten years ago a team at Stanford University announced that they had perfected the art of brain control in mice through optogenetics whereby the firing of a pattern of neurons is controlled by light. Over the years, the research evolved, becoming more finely tuned and perfected.  Today, that behavioral control is harnessed via magnetic waves. Controlling not just the movements, but the behavior of a person as well.  Scientists have publically claimed they can utilize this technique on rats, mice, pidgeons, beetles, cockroaches and the sharkfish.

What they haven’t announced is whether they have been conducting research on humans. It’s a fair guess, they have.

Elon Musk has stated that this advancement has the potential to create a new race of humans who are not controlled and deviated by emotions.  However, if in fact emotions can be harnessed and manipulated to sway aggressive behavior, then they can also be swayed to perform aggressively.   As in assassinations and terrorism.

Of course, utilizing remote mind control for good, is only so ‘good’ as the person at the controls. The power to manipulate human behavior will elevate that controller to feeling like God, which can never have positive consequences.  And while robotics and artificial intelligence have been the science mania of late, remote manipulation and control of a human whether through hypnosis or through implants, the potential for this to be utilized for harm is quite real.

Given the military has a tendency to only divulge information that it deems necessary, it is a fair estimate to venture that human trials have occurred.

January 2017, Esteban Santiago shot 13 people, killing 5 at the Fort Lauderdale airport. He claimed his mind was being controlled by the CIA forcing him to join ISIS. Today we are witness to the carnage in Las Vegas in which an otherwise ‘ordinary guy’ according to his brother, with an arsenal befitting a commando unit, opened fire on concert goers killing 58 and wounding over 500.   According to Reuters, the gunman, a benign apartment manager with no previous record, converted to Islam and conducted the massacre.

While the background on this incident is still be investigated and the only evidence of his connection to ISIS is based on their website, Amaq, it bears a striking resemblance to the Santiago case.

There have been a number of other shooters making this claim, and while the possibility exists that they are using conspiracy models to justify their behavior, the history of mind manipulation within the military dates back to the 1950’s. The notion that they would simply give it up when a human assassin can be manufactured from any person is about as logical as the notion that the military simply ‘gave up’ on weather modification shutting down the Alaska facility.

We would be quite naive to believe this is ordinary.

The problem is disseminating between the psychological unfit, and the possible realities.   The unfit tend to make the realities less believable.

As in many scientific breakthroughs, there are potential positive uses for controlling brain functions. Such applications include utilizing TMS, transcranial magnetic stimulation, to increase activity in the brain so as to reduce depression. Or even reduce activity so as to diminish the symptoms of Parkinson’s.  These beneficial utilizations give credence to very ugly ethical and moral complexities.

In 2013, students at the University of Washington used focused ultrasound, FUS, to trigger motor cortex responses. Today, the FUS is used to treat various cancer tumors as well as essential tremor. And at Brown University, they created the first wireless implanted brain-computer interface.

Whether or not brain control is and has been manipulated to create terrorism is a valid consideration given that knowledge leads to power and absolute power corrupts.  Is DIA really the equivalent of the alleged Berkshire UK facility as stated by James Casbolt?  Does this evil cabal exist?  Conspiracies have become the fodder of hackers, but when Operation Mockingbird was first revealed, it was previously a – conspiracy.   

Florida Shooter Claims Mind Control?

If Santiago was a Reservist – he never went to Iraq?

Just for drill, what if the Florida Shooter, Esteban Santiago’s claims that he was being brainwashed, are accurate? What if he was a part of the military experiments that have been pervasive for over a hundred years? What if, we give him the benefit of the doubt and actually listen to what he is saying? Could it be real?

Could his claims be real? Yes. Do we know this for fact? No. Do we know anything for fact? No.

And that is why it is important – to listen.

While the media has created an interesting profile on him based on the fact that he was actually attempting to download sites pertaining to ‘jihadist ragheads’, that would hardly be the descriptive of someone who was collaborating. In addition, they site ‘multiple traffic violations’, including a dismissed violation for driving without insurance…gasp!  Smells fishy… because it is!

His claim? That he was being somehow brainwashed to join ISIS by the military…

Brainwashed? Hypnotized? These are classic techniques used by the military to determine how far the tactic can provoke an experimental subject.  They have been documented for decades.

Mind control has been a controversial subject of the US military for decades. Drug induced psychosis and Hypnosis are forms of mind control and have proven results in effectively causing a person to act outside their normal behavior values. A recent case involved a lawyer who actually hypnotized his clients into ‘administering sexual behaviors upon him’. He pleaded guilty and is in jail.

MKULTRA was/is a military/CIA project focused on mind control and brainwashing, ‘the results of which are unknown’. There are those who believe that ISIS was initiated thru ‘mind control techniques’.

While the methodology used in MKULTRA in the 1960’s thru the 1980’s was only partially revealed, techniques, uses, and theory’s have evolved significantly with potential ramifications limitless.

The deaths and psychosis that resulted from the unauthorized experiments conducted on subjects that were not even aware they were a part of this experiment is not declassified. The idea that the CIA/military simply shelved the project despite it showing ‘positive results’ is naïve at best. They simply went deeper into the shadows.

Many conspiracy theories have been raised from these experiments including Sirhan Sirhan’s assassination of RFK, as well as the entire ‘hippie movement’ which gained traction after One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Ken Kesey, advocated for the use after volunteering as a subject for the project. Bourne Identity author Robert Ludlum uses the theory for his entire book concept. To simply dismiss the man’s claims would be short-sighted at best.

But that’s what differentiates a journalist from a propaganda puppet.

In fact, the entire media propaganda of fake news is a form of MKULTRA.

MKULTRA was activated by former CIA Director, Allen Dulles (for whom Dulles Airport was named). Sidney Gottlied, a Jewish man born Sidney Scheider, was instrumental in performing assassination attempts on behalf of the CIA under the guise of MKULTRA. He utilized biological chemicals in his assassinations. He was said to have died of ‘mysterious causes’. Interestingly, he was of Hungarian jewish descent and of the same genre as – SOROS whose real name is Gyorgy Schwartz.

According to the Scientists involved in the MKULTRA project, most of the subjects were unwitting testees, and all the scientists were advocates of drug induced psychosis experimentations.  things have come a long way since the 1960’s!

Whether Mr. Esteban Santiago was simply another unwitting candidate for brainwashing experimentation, is open for discussion. But given the CIA history, I would say, it is most certainly NOT a closed discussion.

I doubt that the information that the CIA releases has anything to do with TRUTH, and everything to do with covering up their ‘experimental successes – and failures –